Wonderful Anaga boat trip in Tenerife north
By speedboat in Tenerife north along the breathtaking steep cliffs, to sea caves and a black sand beach.
- 3 hrs Tenerife boat trip along the Anaga mountains - per adult35.-€
- 3 hrs Tenerife boat trip along the Anaga mountains - per child (4-12 yrs)25.-€
Booking option: Tenerife boat trip along the Anaga mountains
You start the speed boat trip in Tenerife north in the enchanting fishing village San Andrés, where you already can see the foothills of the still untouched Anaga mountains. The boat trip along the Anaga shore allows you to have breathtaking views of the spectacular steep cliffs and the entry into impressive sea caves, which are subject to many legends of the Tenerife natives. You continue by speedboat to Igueste de San Andrés, where you'll have beautiful views of the Anaga mountains.
At the boat trip in Tenerife north, you'll continuously see unique volcanic rock formations above and below the water, which were modeled by the brute force of the waves during thousands of years. By speedboat you'll reach Playa de Antequera, which is one of the most famous black sand beaches, that borders the steep cliffs of the green mountain range. Here you have a one hour stay to stroll along the black lava beach or to swim in the crystal-clear water. Afterwards, you'll end the Anaga boat trip back in San Andrés. Use this very special speedboat trip to get to know Tenerifes north coast!
- Duration: ~ 3 hours
- Hours: time freely selectable
- Days: daily
- Months: possible all-year
- Languages: German, English, Spanish, Italian, French
- Pick-up not included
- Skipper, fuel, swim stop(s), life jacket, boat ride
- The speedboat trip at the Anaga coast starts from 6 passengers.
Please bring along:
Swimwear, towel, sunglasses, sun blocker, drinks
Tenerife boat trip at the Anaga mountains in the north of the island
At this unique speedboat trip in Tenerife north, you have the chance to explore the almost untouched Anaga mountains from the seaside. With the speedboat from San Andrés, you'll follow the coastline until you reach Playa de Antequera, a black sand beach, that is gently embedded in the green foothills of the Anaga mountains. On the way there, you'll not only pass the charming fishermen's village Igueste de San Andrés, close to where a pirate allegedly hid a big treasure, but also numerous sea caves, in which you can even enter with the speedboat at light swell.
The Tenerife boat trip at the Anaga mountains is something very special, since the northern coastal area still remains touristically unexplored, although it is of breathtaking beauty. The Anaga mountain range is between 7-9 million years old and therefore is one of the oldest areas of Tenerife, in which the mystical lausilva forest still grows due to the high humidity. Therefore, the Anaga mountains are very popular for hiking, since numerous gorges are drawn through the impressive mountains. During the excursion by speedboat in Tenerife, the skipper also explains lots of interesting background information about the sights you see en route.
At the boat trip at the Anaga coast, you have wonderful views of the various volcanic landscapes and rock formations, that were created by the hot lava above and below the water. When you arrive with the speedboat in Antequera, you can spend an hour walking along the black sand beach or refresh yourself with a swim in the crystal-clear water. Look forward to a boat trip in Tenerife north, that will show you the stunning beauty of the Canary Island once more.
Valid on the reserved day or for 12 months after date of purchase if no date has been selected. You will receive the tour operator's details with the purchased ticket. Attention: reservation is required! The reservation can be made through sunbonoo as part of the booking process or later by contacting the tour operator directly via phone or email.
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